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John Seach
Scientist, volcano adventurer, and microlight pilot.
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John Seach May 26
Information on Wolf , Galapagos Islands.
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John Seach May 26
Eruption column from Wolf , Islands reached 50,000 ft altitude. Lava flowing towards sea.
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John Seach May 25
Wolf Galápagos Islands ash extending 35 nautical miles SW of summit
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John Seach May 25
Eruption of Wolf Galápagos Islands
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John Seach May 25
Magnitude 4.7 14 km NE of , Galápagos Islands
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John Seach May 23
Nova Sagittarii 2015 No. 2 still visible to naked-eye 68 days after discovery. Magnitude 5.8
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John Seach May 22
Magnitude 4.8 14 km west of , Philippines.
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John Seach May 21
Magnitude 6.0 19 km north of Belirang-Beriti , Sumatra, Indonesia)
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John Seach May 21
Seismicity returning to normal at summit of , Hawaii
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John Seach May 18
Elevated seismic activity on SW rift zone of both and Mauna Kea volcanoes,
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John Seach May 16
Magnitude 5.0 16 km SW of volcano, Papua New Guinea
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John Seach May 16
volcano, . Magma remains pressurized along upper SW rift zone.
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John Seach May 15
volcano, . Drop in summit lava lake level. Elevated activity. New eruption possible along SW Rift Zone.
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John Seach May 7
Lava lake at volcano Overlook crater continues to overflow onto floor of Halemaʻumaʻu crater.
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John Seach May 7
Magnitude 7.2 120 km SW of volcano, Bougainville Island, Papua New Guinea.
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John Seach May 5
Magnitude 7.5 Papua New Guinea . Nearby include Ulawun, Bamus, Hargy, Sulu Range, and Pago.
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John Seach May 5
Magnitude 7.5 75 km SE of volcano, Papua New Guinea.
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John Seach May 4
Part of Halemaʻumaʻu Crater wall collapsed into the lava lake causing an explosion. , Hawaii.
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John Seach May 3
Sulphur dioxide plume from volcano, Chile reaches western Australia after drifting 17,000 km.
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John Seach May 2
Sulphur dioxide plume from eruption of volcano, Chile covering large area of South Africa.
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